Sanya hotel occupancy rates decline due to bad weather
Hotels in Sanya are experiencing slightly lower occupancy rates as many tourists have cancelled their travel arrangements due to the tropical storms hitting the island, reports hinews.cn.
A responsible person of the Sanya Mandarin Oriental, said the occupancy rate of the hotel stood at 40%, a dramatic decline compared to the same period last year.
Worrying about effects of typhoon Nesat and upcoming Neglae, many tourists have cancelled or changed hotel reservations.
Sanya hotels tend to have an 85% occupancy during National Day holidays, a good sign the local tourism industry is entering traditional peak season. But in this case, most hotels confirmed that they had a lower occupancy rate at 60% to 70% and it will not be as high as last year.
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